True Value: What Do Seven-Passenger Crossover Buyers Sacrifice by Eschewing Minivans?

January 30, 2011
Minivan Versus Suv Nissan Quest Dodge Durango
Some people simply can’t handle minivans. Despite recent efforts by Toyota and others to add some “swagger” to the people-movers, a sporty body kit and stylized sheetmetal can’t disguise the fact that a minivan is a family vehicle above all else. There are no pretentions of off-roading ability or active, outdoorsy lifestyles in a minivan. But what they usually do provide is more functionality than a similarly priced and sized crossover.

The sacrifice consumers make by choosing an SUV over an equally capable suburban runabout like a minivan is what brings us here today. Compare minivans with similarly priced crossover SUVs from the same automakers in this unique feature article at Motor Trend.

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